Dress Up


“Dress Up” Submitted by CJ, the model and photographer.

“I tried on my dad’s suit, and while it was way too large, I still loved it. Can’t wait to buy my own!”

Posted by on August 12th, 2010 at 10:00 am

Category: faces 9 comments »

9 Responses to “Dress Up”

  1. Sean

    You look great in it. :)

    I can’t wait to buy my first suit either! One and a half more years and I’ll be able to.


  2. Elle

    Very Bond.


  3. hyfy

    Augh! A kindred spirit! My heart exploded just a little bit there. You look awesome.


  4. J.D.

    Has anyone ever told you that you look like Ron Weasley? Not the movie version, but the book version, because I saw your picture and had a fangirl/boy moment. You look the way I imagined he would.

    ANYWAYS back to relevance, you look fantastic in that suit. The bowtie is a definite plus. Bowties are hot.


  5. CJ

    It’s very weird seeing myself on here…

    Thank you :) [@J.D. – Ron Weasley ftw! I’m a huge Harry Potter fan]


  6. J.D.

    @CJ, as am I. =)


  7. Jessica

    I once blew a job interview by showing up in a three piece suit. It was at Britania. They told me that I was not suited to their firm.


  8. J.D.

    I would have just been like “actually as a matter of fact I am suited. its a three piece. you don’t know much do you?”

    but thats because I’m just generally a smart@ss.


  9. CJ

    @Jessica I probably would have said the same thing as J.D. That sucks about the interview, though. They have no right to not hire you simply because you wore a suit.


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